Storm Peak

Elevation: 9,100 ft
Prominence: 1,422

Climbing and access information for this peak is on Page 112 of the book. Updated January 2020


While not the most rugged Lick Creek Range summit, Storm Peak’s 1,400 feet of prominence ensures that its summit provides a great vantage point to survey this exceptional country. USGS Victor Peak

The summit of Storm Peak.

The summit of Storm Peak.

The summit of Storm Peak.

The summit of Storm Peak.

This panoramic shot by John Platt shows part of the fantastic view from the summit. North and South Loon Mountains to the left, Storm Dome in the foreground and the Lick Creek subrange crest running off from the center to the right.

This panoramic shot by John Platt shows part of the fantastic view from the summit of Storm Peak. North and South Loon Mountains (left), Storm Dome (foreground) and the Lick Creek Range Crest running off from the center to the right of the photo.

Mountain Range: Western Salmon River Mountains

Year Climbed: 1989

Longitude: -115.9189   Latitude: 45.1321

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